According to Xinhua News Agency, China's Personal Information Protection Law will be read a third and final time during the National People's Congress of China's 30th meeting Aug. 17 to 20. If the law is read without further objection, the PIPL will be enacted following the reading. Meanwhile, the Future of Privacy Forum explores how the Cyberspace Administration of China's investigation of the Didi Chuxing ride-hailing application could foreshadow its enforcement role under the PIPL. Editor's note: Rui Bai Law Firm Head of Corporate Barbara Li discussed the timeline for PIPL passage and its potential impacts if passed during IAPP's Global Privacy Summit Online 2021.
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